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ubeaut
5th Oct 2015, 11:49 PM
We have finally run out of the 10,000 tall 250ml red bottles used for Foodsafe Plus and Aussie Oil.

As new stock comes into your distributors it will eventually be in new 250ml squat bottles as shown below. These bottles will be a more stable than the old tall ones and are in red and pale amber to avoid the confusion that some people had with the old ones being in the same colour bottles.

It also makes it easier to see the separation in the Aussie Oil and when it's been shaken enough. There is no price change in the products. The only difference will be the squat shape of the bottles and the fixed spelling of vigorous on the Aussie Oil label.

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Cheers - Neil :U

george mavridis
5th Oct 2015, 11:55 PM
Neil, are you doing the same for Shellawax?

Heilander
6th Oct 2015, 12:37 AM
you might want to consider replacing the flip top cap which keeps getting clogged up ,especially the Glow Neil

george mavridis
6th Oct 2015, 09:59 AM
you might want to consider replacing the flip top cap which keeps getting clogged up ,especially the Glow Neil
I have the same issue with shellawax

ubeaut
6th Oct 2015, 02:22 PM
Neil, are you doing the same for Shellawax?
Yes. Eventually.... Once we get rid of the many hundreds we still have left. Shellawax will still be in the clear bottles.

As for the lids:
The old screw on lids without the disc tops created way more problems with things like waste, spillage, stuck (hart to remove) lids, drying out etc. The old flip top lids were the best but for some reason are really hard to get. They also had a tendency to blow their top in really hot weather.

I squeeze the bottle hard until the liquid is almost ready to come out then get what I want and quickly release the squeezing action which allows air to gush in and thus cleaning the hole out really well. Wiping the face of the disc with the rag after the polish has been applied to it also helps to stop the clogging of the disc's action.

Preventative maintenance.
:lolabove:
Cheers - Neil

Heilander
6th Oct 2015, 04:13 PM
Yes. Eventually.... Once we get rid of the many hundreds we still have left. Shellawax will still be in the clear bottles.

As for the lids:
The old screw on lids without the disc tops created way more problems with things like waste, spillage, stuck (hart to remove) lids, drying out etc. The old flip top lids were the best but for some reason are really hard to get. They also had a tendency to blow their top in really hot weather.

I squeeze the bottle hard until the liquid is almost ready to come out then get what I want and quickly release the squeezing action which allows air to gush in and thus cleaning the hole out really well. Wiping the face of the disc with the rag after the polish has been applied to it also helps to stop the clogging of the disc's action.

Preventative maintenance.
:lolabove:
Cheers - Neil
also there seems to be quite a bit of interest from the states i e JP Neff etc. about availability of the Aussie oil .been giving good reports about it and so had Guillio.Do you have a distributor over there?
Scotty

ubeaut
6th Oct 2015, 11:53 PM
also there seems to be quite a bit of interest from the states i e JP Neff etc. about availability of the Aussie oil .been giving good reports about it and so had Guillio.Do you have a distributor over there?
Scotty

PSI in Philadelphia are our US Master Distributor. The last order we sent them left here in June and after a heap of ridiculous bureaucratic garbage in LA finally arrived in Philadelphia last week, some 10 weeks late.

That order had a number of bottles of Aussie Oil included for testing. Pretty sure they'll love it and will I'm sure include it in future orders. But nothing is guaranteed.

Anyone wanting some in the USA should contact PSI and ask for one of the trial bottles. There were 20 bottles in the shipment and I know they have a couple of people doing trials as I type this.

PSI's contact info is below:
NB. Phone numbers are for US residents

Orders Toll-Free: 800 377-7297
Tech Support Toll-Free: 800 656-4767
Local phone: 215 676-7609 Fax: 215 676-7603
Web Site: www.pennstateind.com (http://www.pennstateind.com/)E-mail: [email protected]

([email protected])Cheers - Neil :U